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View the effects of a King Tide in person!
Let your legislators know how important water and other environmental resources are to you!
NepRWA to partner with Milton and Norwood on projects that include a community based approach to climate impacts.
The Town of Stoughton is looking at current and future flood problems and we need to hear from you!
NepRWA is working with your communities to find solutions to extreme weather in the Neponset Watershed -- and we need your help!
NepRWA's water quality reports are used to assess the Neponset River's health and locate pollution sources.
Climate change will affect the Neponset Watershed land, water, people, and wildlife -- and create a new "normal" for all of us.
Water quality continued to decline as the drought worsened over the summer.
NepRWA is extremely grateful to all of the volunteers who participated in the cleanup on Sept. 17th.
Water quality declined as the drought got worse over the summer.
Brook Trout found at newly restored Traphole Brook in Norwood
The month of June was significantly drier than average, worsening the already significant drought in the region.
Despite our best efforts, we were unable to secure the passage of a new drought management bill.
The Canton Ave. Dam in Milton has finally been removed!
We can't say it often enough -- our volunteers are just awesome!
We need you to contact your State Senator before July 31 and tell them that you support the drought bill.
Water quality looked promising with low E. Coli levels, high dissolved oxygen, and low phosphorus levels.
NepRWA's 2022 Annual Meeting is now in the history books.
It was a perfect day for enjoying the Neponset River, Greenway Trail, and DCR parks!